Rest is crucial for progress.Zachery L. It's been a while since I last wrote on this platform. I have been doing a lot of soul searching and resting this year. I have also been evaluating all my friendships - deciding whether they were worthy of keeping - or not. One could say that I have [...]
2019 Self-Care Goals.
Post originally posted on thebipolarwriter.blog. As the year comes to an end, I would like to recap what 2018 has been for me. This year was filled with so many ups and downs. Tears have been cried and my faith has been tested on so many occasions. There were a lot of lessons learned, despite [...]
Feeling fake and dehumanized is one of the core symptoms of Complex PTSD.Tanja Windegger Trauma stays with a person for a very long time. Abuse preoccupies the survivor's thoughts throughout their life. Sometimes, this trauma resurfaces in different forms. Mine resurfaced when I started self harming and when I was diagnosed with IBS (Irritable Bowel [...]
A paralyzing chill ran down my spine as I stood at that bus station. I was a mess. My heart was knocking on my chest as an irritated toddler would at his mother's leg when he demands to be given flight privileges. "Would you like to know the time, son?", A distant voice said, snapping [...]
When you have one thing in your life that brings you anxiety and depression and you choose the route of denial or avoidance where it is concerned, anything from that point that you do all becomes an effort to cover the pain or fear you feel from that one thing. Gym, eating, sex, high academic [...]
I am currently looking for contributing writers or guest writers that are willing to share their experiences of living with any mental health condition and/or chronic condition throughout High school and college. Kindly send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or please comment on this post and I will get back to you. Thank [...]